the process of sorting injured patients on the basis of the actual or perceived degree of injury and assigning them to the most effective and efficient regional care resources, in order to insure optimal care and the best chance of survival.
a system which sorts medical cases in order of urgency to determine how quickly patients receive treatment, for instance in accident and emergency departments.
Triage is the act of categorizing patients according to acuity and by determining which need services first. Most commonly occurs in emergency rooms, but, can occur in any healthcare setting. Classification of ill or injured persons by severity of condition. Designed to maximize and create the most efficient use of scarce resources of medical personnel and facilities. Managed care organizations, health plans and provider systems are setting up programs or clinics called "triage centers". These centers serve as an extension of the utilization review process, as diversions from emergency room care or as case management resources. These triage centers also serve to steer patients away from more costly care (for example, a child with a cold is steered away from an emergency room). Triage can be handled on the telephone and be called a pre-authorization center, crisis center, call center or information line.
The process by which patients are sorted or classified according to the type and urgency of their conditions.
The process of receiving an incident report and creating a new trouble ticket or assigning the incident to an existing trouble ticket, especially in determining the severity of the problem.
A system whereby a group of patients is prioritised according to the seriousness of their injuries, so that the most seriously injured will receive treatment ahead of those whose injuries are less severe or less time sensitive.
System whereby a group of casualties or patients is sorted according to the seriousness of their illness or injuries, so that treatment priorities can be allocated between them.
Practice of sorting victims in a medical or disaster environment to determine priority or type of treatment. In extreme circumstances, triage requires that patients most likely to live are treated before those most likely to die.
is the sorting into pre-established priorities. In reference to medical care and disasters, it means that scarce resources will be used to provide the maximum benefit to the population at large. The traditional triage is the transvertical triage (takes place within a short time frame). Longitudinal triage means sacrificing victims at the moment for the benefit of future victims.
Assessment to establish severity of condition.
The sorting of patients according to the severity of injury.
sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need for or likely benefit from medical treatment or food
Triage is the process of separating out sick or injured people based on their need for medical treatment. In emergencies, staff need to decide which patients get treated first.
a process of assigning treatment priorities to multiple patients based on the severity of their condition
The sorting of the grapes.
The evaluation of patient conditions for urgency and seriousness, and establishment of a priority list for multiple patients. In the setting of managed care, triage is often performed after office hours on the telephone by a nurse or other health professional to screen patients for emergency treatment.
The process of determining the degree of urgency of a client's needs and arranging for the appropriate level of care, either through referral or immediate treatment.
A system used to classify sick or injured people according to the severity of their conditions.
Assessment of casualties to decide the priority of treatment.
Classification of ill or injured persons by severity of conditions, most commonly occurs in emergency room.
French word for sorting, typically grapes for health and quality in the vineyard or as they are brought in to the winery.
The classification of sick or injured persons according to severity in order to direct care and ensure the efficient use of medical and nursing staff and facilities.
A decision process where problems presented are given priority, giving the situation more orderliness for resolution. Usually used in context with patient handling and treatment of injuries.
Screening and classification of sick, wounded, or injured persons to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment.
Sorting out the wounded at a major incident so that the most serious cases are treated first.
the act of sorting patients by severity of their injuries.
A process of separating out sick or injured people based on their need for medical treatment. In a hospital, a triage area is usually part of the emergency room, where staff decide which patients get treated first.
The screening and classification of sick, wounded, or injured persons to determine priority needs in order to ensure the efficient use of medical personnel, equipment and facilities.
The method by which patients are directed to services by medical professionals based on the severity of their injury or illness.
evaluation and classification of wounded for purposes of treatment and evacuation; immediate sorting of patients according to type and seriousness of injury, and likelihood of survival, establishment of priority for treatment and evacuation.
This term is derived from how doctors triage patients into different priorities. Mozilla applies it to the bug quality assurance process. QA volunteers triage bugs into appropriate priorities and severities.
the sorting of patients (as in an emergency room) according to the urgency of their need for care ultrasound - a noninvasive technique involving the formation of a two-dimensional image used for the examination and measurement of internal body structures. vestibular - of or relating to the vestibule of the inner ear, the vestibular system, the vestibular nerve, or the labyrinthine sense.
A method of ranking sick or injured people according to the severity of their sickness or injury in order to ensure that medical and nursing staff facilities are used most efficiently.
Assessment of sick, wounded and injured persons following a disaster to determine priority needs for efficient use of available medical facilities
A process for sorting injured people into groups based on their need for or likely benefit from immediate medical treatment.
A formal system used to identify, classify, and treat people according to the severity of their condition(s).
The initial assessment of patient’s condition to rapidly enable appropriate treatment.
The systematic and protocol-driven evaluation of patient-based information to determine type of treatment or assistance needed. DVC triage may direct patients to further medical evaluation, mental health evaluation, pharmacist-assisted drug dispensing, or none of the above.
The act of categorizing patients according to the severity of their health. Triage, most commonly used in emergency rooms, is designed to maximize the most efficient use of medical resources and personnel.
To select and categorize victims of a disaster for appropriate medical treatment according to the degree of severity of illness or injury as well as for the availability of medical and transport facilities. See Disaster.
A system of assigning priorities of medical treatment based on urgency, severity of injury and chance for survival.
The evaluation of patients to assess the seriousness of their conditions and prioritize the urgency for care. In the setting of managed care, triage is often performed after office hours on the telephone by a nurse or other health professional to screen patients for emergency treatment.
Triage is a system used by medical or emergency personnel to ration limited medical resources when the number of injured needing care exceeds the resources available to perform care so as to treat those patients in most need of treatment who are able to benefit first.